From keeping it a “Hunnid,” to keeping it Harvard. On Thursday (Mar. 31), Pusha T conducted a lecture at Harvard University, where he also held a 45-minute discussion with students.
The Clipse spitter’s visit featured a conversation about his lyrics, the impact on music, and his success in business. He also spoke about his experience as a drug dealer, a rapper, and the president of G.O.O.D. Music.
“It was an amazing experience hearing a Harvard professor recite my lyrics at this lecture ✍🏿 thanks for having me @Harvard,” Pusha wrote on Instagram following the event. Sure enough, the video shows the scholar quoting his “Momma I’m So Sorry” line off Clipse’s Hell Hath No Fury LP.
During the talk, King Push also discussed his place in the industry and what he feels he can provide for younger artists in the game.
“I feel like it’s my job and my duty, as well, to help uplift the new creatives coming in,” he said.
Aside from doing that, Push is focusing on his own career. He is currently working on his upcoming King Push LP, which is set to follow last year’s Darkest Before Dawn.